We were literally Face Timing in the studio at 2, and 3 o’clock in the morning.He was always busy and always working on his album. Was there any part of you that was worried about pursuing a relationship on television?That's what one of his ex-girlfriends seems to think.TMZ dug up an old episode of the popular dating show "Change of Heart" from 2000, where the platinum selling rapper, unknown at the time, takes one of the worst beatings of his life from a former lover ... The Game, then 21 years old, claims he called up the show to test the strength of his love for then-girlfriend Sadita. First, Sadita exposes The Game's secret emotional side to the world claiming "All he do is smother me or cry like a baby. Rebecca Silvera: We did try and have a relationship after the show.[We’re] trying to see if we can figure something out because I feel like what we did have was genuine.We can't wait to go on this adventure with The Game as he searches for the woman that could ultimately be his match.” The 10-episode series is slated to premiere summer 2015, and is executive produced by 51 Minds’ Christian Sarabia and Angela Aguilera. For VH1, the series is executive produced by Levison, Jill Holmes, Kristen Kelly, Fernando Mills and Tricia Biggio.
Later in the episode, The Game's "Change of Heart" date, Arana, described an intimate moment between two, saying, "He made a comment that he was going to show me what he has later on." Sadita quickly replied, "Which is NOTHING! "He's a scrub, he doesn't have a car, and I feel like I always have to drive him around" Sadita said.Last month, the rapper became involved in an altercation during a Hollywood pro-am basketball game.Game and another player got in a heated argument that resulted in the former throwing a punch; however, his representatives claim that Game was defending himself, and that the other man had threatened to retrieve a gun from his gym bag.“Relationships are hard, and The Game knows that working in the entertainment business makes it even harder,” said VH1's executive vp of original programming and production Susan Levison.“In this series, he gets to try a different strategy, taking the advice and suggestions of the friends who know him best.